While data security is a top priority for IT professionals in every industry, this is especially true for those supporting healthcare organizations. Protected health information has more value on the black market than credit card numbers alone because it can be used by identity thieves to obtain pharmaceuticals and medical care.
What's the prevailing reason why the healthcare industry is slow to adopt the cloud? Fear. But the truth is, healthcare organizations—already resource-constrained—need to be continuously investing in advanced security measures to protect their PHI. Those that don’t may pay an even steeper price.
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A Better Way to Protect your PHI
Addressing and Debunking Five Common Cloud Myths
Why Healthcare IT Professionals Are Adopting the Cloud
How Healthcare Organizations Use the Cloud
Like enterprises in every industry, healthcare organizations are done debating whether to adopt cloud computing. Instead, they are planning for the right ways to take advantage of cloud computing’s flexibility, agility, cost efficiency and scalability, without impacting the organization’s confidence in the safety and security of its information. Moving key data, applications and even entire business processes to the cloud requires a well-thought-out game plan resulting from in-depth, open-minded analyses all applications and workflows in order to best determine what to migrate now, what to migrate later and what to keep in-house for at least some period of time.
In this session, you’ll learn how you can help your organization improve clinical quality reporting, reduce costs, and enhance provider satisfaction with better terminology management and data governance.